How Lobster Shells Could Replace Single-Use Plastic


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A team of students at the Royal College of Art and Imperial College London has developed a series of machines that could help reduce single-use plastics. Operating under the name, The Shellworks, the group takes lobster shells and turns them into planters, wallets, plastic bags, and more.

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